Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 19, 1935 · Page 5
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 5

Pampa, Texas
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Tuesday, February 19, 1935
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NEW fc¥!9, ISSsS'-. .- c- MBERS ARE WELCOMED AT WMtr CIRCLE MEET i ,i ." • ". ~ ~~~® • ©— —— , , Versatile Hand-Knit Suit VARIED STUDIES ARE PURSUED BY BAPTISTS Firvcii new members were rc- w * crce * First Baptist Missionary union yesterday, and other circles welcomed recruits also was hostes F F n e !'°V p at her n °™. Mrs. Mrf v •?, V cd the devotional and nf \, m , On ° a study of tne bo < of ^lilippians. Mrs. E. H. Covlng- /in closed the meeting with prnver, after a short business session with Mrs. K. T. May presiding. t New member.? were Mmes. W. B Holder Clyde Spear, J. o. Pearce] C. R Lockhart, J. E. Mathews, L. L. Allan, c. E. Beard, T. w. Cromwell, Ray Van Winkle, Louis Tarpley, Homer Taylor. .Others present were Mmes. C. P. Fisher, L. M. Salmon, A A Dav H E Crocker, R. c. O'Keefe,' F. a. Cecil, C. L. Stephens. Mrs. Robinson Hostess ,7, J le Rose WtU1 <er circle met with Mrs. H. T. Robinson. The opening prayer was by Mrs. E L Anderson, devotional by Mrs. R. E Gatlin and the program was led by r,rs. Joe R. Foster. Mrs. W. D. Bcyiton gave the benediction. Others attending were Mmes J O. Bernard, J. T. Morrow, Hugh Ellis, Fritz Waechtcr, E. L. King W. M. Moore. H. E. Hawkins, V. R. Hodge, W. R. Hallmark. Mrs, W. W. Mitchell was elected new leader of Alice Bagby circle, which met with Mrs. C. E. Cheat, ham for a prayer by Mrs. Tom Duvall, study of the book, Signal Fires, by Mrs. F. E. Leech, and benediction by Mrs. N. B. Ellis. Refreshments Arc Served ; Refreshments were served to Mrs. J. W. Smith, a new member, and Mmes. O. D. Holmes, T .M. Gillham, Nolan Harris, A. L. Prigmore, J. F. .Hfnderson D. M. Scaief, C M. Cash, Keith Caldwcll, and those on pro- ; gram. , 'Eikln Lcckctt circle met with Mrs. W. J. Turpln. Mrs. John Peacock gave the prayer, Mrs. Baker Henry ,the .devotional, and Mrs. R. W. Tucker the lessqn from Personal Service Guide. Other member;; present with Mrs. Cowe, a visitor, were Mines. A. A. Steele, Eddie Gray, R. C. Woood L V. Hollar, C. W. Slaton, George Simtn.s, J. E. .Reid, L. A. Baxter, Earl Vernon, If. K. Beard. More New Members A study of Mexico was given in "**mm. Salle circle, meeting with MIH Harvey Anderson. Mrs. Dee Campbell gave the opening prayer and Mrs. E. V. Davis the devotional. A vocal duet by Mrs. Edward Pearce and Mrs. Wilson Hatcher was enjoyed. The bcncdic- ticn was by Mrs. W. O. Cooley, a gurst. Mmes. Pat McKee, Bowers, F. L. Anderson, and Miss Kate Andersen,. new members, were present with -Mines. Ernest Fletcher Ollie White, Floyd Yeager, John Beekham. B. F. Hoover, Floyd Young, F. D. Blanton, D. B. Jameson, J. A. Arwood, Cecil Lunsford; Miss Maxins Tclleson, and those on program. Dr, Haymes Will Address Banquet Dr. Joe Haymes, presiding elder of the Amarillo district of the Methodist church will be the principal speaker next Monday evening when the Men's Fellowship banquet will be held in the basement "of First Methodist church. Fan-is Oden will be toastmaster. Ladies from McCullough-Harrah Methodist churches will serve the banquet and will also be in charge cf ticket sales. The banquet begins at 7 o'clock. A fun program which will be in charge of Dr. E. E. Conner will be presented and promises to be something different. A young men's quartet which is being arranged by Howard Zimmerman will sing; Jean Lively will, give numbers on the ac- cordton and readings will be ppre- sented by Mrs. Helen Turner Coffee. Other numbers are also being arranged to be' announced later. New Club Formed By Party Guests Organization of a new club named the Weekly club, followed games of progressive pitch Saturday evening when Mr. and Mrs Chester Nicholson entertained at the .home pf Mr. and Mrs. George Alden. A Washington's birthday theme was carried out in tallies and table decoration. High score for women was made by Mrs. Russell Landress, high for men by Albert N'oland, low by Mr. Landress, and contest prize went.-to Mr. Alden. After the games a delicious salad course was served, with a tiny hatohet on each plate. Players were Messrs, and Mmes. Harry Stevens, Bethel Robinson, Barney Harris, Landress, Alden, Virgil Harness, Noland, and the hosts. Mr. -Harris gave the club its name. Mrs. Alden was elected reporter, and Mr. and Mrs. Robinson were designated.jte next hosts. EVENING COATS LONGER LONDON* m— The latest evening coats are ankle-length, with a stand- If yiyu arc planning- :i cruise, :i trip abroad, or just a week-end in the country, Ihn ideal costume is a two-piece dress ;uid a Uircc- quartcrsi swagger coat. These arc haiHl-liiiit from yarn Ui'at is soft ami nt the same time sturdy enough to make the garments retain tlicir orij?ihal .shape. The plain skirt is navy blue; the sweater !:•; white with a high collar and an interesting pattern straight, up the front; the match ing topcoat is mixed navy blue and white. _ CALENDAR WEDNEJiDAY Mrs. Howard Buckingham will en Certain Queen of Clubs. First Christian Women's Count- will meet at the church. Presbyterian Auxiliary will nice in the church annex, 2:30. Women's Auxiliary off Episeop; church will meet in the parisl house, 2:30. Central Baptist W. M. U. wi ncet for Bible study at the church Mrs. Roy Dyson will entertaii Hi-Lo bridge club at her home 01 North Russell. Bell Home Demonstration club will meet with Mrs. Morley Doss. The American Legion Auxiliary is sponsoring- a benefit bridge tour nament at the city club rooms a 7:30 o'clock. The public is invited THURSDAY Junior High P.-T. A. will meet a the school building. Mrs. H. O. Simmons will be hostess to Merry Mixers club at tin Home of Mrs. R. A. Meyers, ci Alcock street. Mrs. Gib Frazier will entertaii Thursday bridge club Junior Treble Clef club will meet at city hall club room. Baker P.-T. A. will sponsor a chil: supper at the school, 6 to 8 p. in. Tatapochon Camp Fire Girls will meet at the home of Kalhcrinc. Ward for a waffle supper. , up collar and large, flat muffs of e. Bracelets and clips are being of, .ermine and mink. FRIDAY Royal Neighbors will meet at the home of Mrs. Virginia Lytcl, 838 S Cuyler, at 2 p. m, Mrs. E. C. Hupp will bo hostess to Gaylow club. Treble Clef club will hold open house for federated club members and other guests at city club rooms, 8 p. m. Eastern Star study club will meet at the Masonic hall, 8 p. in. Mrs. Philip Pond will entertain the Contract club at her home, £ N. Frost. Child Conservation League will meet with Mrs. R. D. Morris, 422 N. Russell, at 2:30. Junior League of First Meslho- dist church will bo entertained in the- chlurch basement at 4 p. m, Business Women Make Protest on Large Arms Fund NEW YORK, Feb. 19. (ff)—Fifty- five thousand women representing the national federation of Business and Professional Women's . clubs, were called on yesterday to send protests to congress against granting the appropriation which president Roosevelt has asked for the army and the navy. pr. Grace H. Beardsley of Gouch- sr college, Baltimore, chairman of ;he federation's international relations committee, i las written to all Patriotic Program Is' Given Last Evening- American Legion Auxiliary was hostess lo members of the American Legion post and other guests last evening, with a social at the Legion hut. Mrs. F. E. Wallace, Auxiliary president, welcomed the visitors and Scott Green, Legion post commander, responded. Reports on rehabilitation and Americanism, two activities stressed this month in the Auxiliary, were given by Mmes. H. W. Riser and W. P. Vincent, respective chairmen. The group sang America, then Mary Elizabeth Seeds told of the life of George Washington. Tap and acrobatic dances by Evonne and Donna Jo Berry, a' reading by Peggy Shank, and a talk on Unseen Wars of the Future, by County Judge U. E. Gary, completed the program. Sandwiches, cookies, and coffee were uervcil. Special guests were Mrs. McWaters of Kentucky, Mmes. T. K. Manlsy, H. W. Widener, Bettis, and Reese Green. Legionnaires present were Scott 3reen, H. W. Widener, T. K Man- icy, Bettis, G. L. Ott, Frank Thomas, Frank Wallace, Joe Berry, Hupp "lark, Montcith, Leroy Blasingame. Auxiliary members acting' as host- 'Sfics were Mines. Hoyt Allen. W. M. Voyles, E. C. Hazard, Stella Polard, Johnson, Ida Burns, Vincent, "toy Scwell, Olt, Kiser, L. R. Harjafl? •'loyd. Hoffman, W. C. de.Oofclova, Irrecri, Wallace, Bcuvy,-<''CTark, and fllasingame. DEBATE PRESENTS THE LESSON OF CIRCLE FOUR Women of all three Methodist churches here were invited lo a George Washington party Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Oiillum, SOS E, Francis, at their circle meetings yesterday. First Methodist circles continued the study of their text. Japanese Women Speak, while women of Mc- Ciillough and Harrah churches had Bible lessons. A debate was the form chosen by circle four to ptesent its study chapter. The question, Resolved: That We Should Withdraw Missionaries From Japan, was discussed by Mmes. Travis Lively and S. A. Hurst, affirmative speakers. Mmes. John Hessey and J. A. Montgomery, negative. This group met at the church with Mrs. H. H. Boynton as hostess., Mrs. Gaston Foote led the devotional period. Twenty-two members were present. Mrs, Allen Hostess Circle three was the only First VIethodist group to meet in a home. vlrs. Hoyt Allen was hostess at 745 Barnes St., and 16 members answered roll call. Mrs. C. T. Nicholson led the open- Ing prayer, Mrs. Lee Harrah the devoational from the tenth chapter of Luke, and Mrs. Paul Jensen the esson from the third chapter of the text. A delicious plate lunch was served the members and two guests, Mmes. Hart and Waller. Seventeen members and a visitor, Mrs. Stewart, attended the meeting of circle one in the mothers classroom nt the church. Mrs. Joe Shellon gave the devotional and invocation. Mrs. A. A. Kelly discussed the lesson, reviewing the advance in education in Japan, the necessity for Christian schools, and the work being done by elementary schools, girls' schools, and the few colleges. Tea Fs Planned Mrs. J. E. Ward was hostess to circle two in a 'Classroom at the church, with 18 members and a visitor present. A Japanese tea was planned for March 18, for the circle and invited guests. Mrs. W. R. Ewing conducted the devotional, Mrs. C. T. Hunkapillar the lesson, and Mrs. A. C. Green a short business meeting. Roll call was answered with news events of Japan. Circle five, comprising women of McCullough church, met at the E, C. Burba home with Mrs. B, L. Robertson as hostess. Mrs. H. L. Wallace led a study of the subject, Seeing God as a Father. Refershments were served to two guests, Mmes. Jack Wilkinson and Erna A. Barker, and 15 members, Mmes. J. E. Beard, J. W. Foster, J D. Mitchell, J. C. Dollard, C. W. Tolle, William Cox, Ben Ward, A. McClendoiv -*A. N. Rogers, C. D. Harris, Lance Webb, H. C. Boyd Wallace, Burba, and the hostess. * -•""•• '•'- ' -^^fr^. i Party at Chisum Home Is Enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Chisum en lertained Monday evening at theii home in the Johns camp with forty- two. The rooms and tables were decorated in red and white. High score for men was made by C. H. Jordan, while Mrs. Jodam scored high for women. Jello, hot chocolate, and devils food cake were served after the games. Guests were Messrs, and Mmes E. M. Holsenback, J. G. Haney Jordan, H. G. McKercher; Miss Marcella Haney, Leonard Chisum Kenneth Jordan, Glenn Jordan. BOY TO SPEAK IN REVIVAL BY YOUNG PEOPLE Youth of Christian Church in Charge Of Services' Tonight's subject at the young people's revival in First Chrif.lian church will be, The Changeless Christ in a Changing World. The speaker will be Morris Belew, and Ruth Ann Plunk will be leader of the service. The choir will be formed of young people under leadership of Mickey Lcdrick. Ushers will be Minnie Dittmeyer, Doris Hall. Madge Tiemann, and Philip Belew Each evening this week a different group of young people in the church will hnve charge of services to which the public, adults nncl young people alike, is Invited. Each service is to close at 8:30, and be followed by n brief social in the chlurch basement at which young visitors from out of town are honored. Last evening Fred Lamb spoke on Witnessing for Christ. Wayne Hutchcns was in charge of the service, Lorene Keith of the choir, and ushers were Sylvin. Goodwin, opal Eniop, Lucille Hutchins, Anna Mac Jones. Tomorrow Hazel Bath will give the address on Helping Christ Through the Church. Willie Isbcll will direct tho service. Ralph Shannon will he in charge of the choir, and Billy Bratton, Blanche McMillen, Rosa; Belle Rood, and D. I,. McCormick will be ushers. Tho revival started Sunday rven- ing with a large attendance. Many young people from other churches of the city were present last evening, and are invited to relurn, bringing friends to other meetings of the week. Food, Faith. Fun Program Unique An interesting program is being nno.nged for Food. Faith and Fun night Wednesday at 6:45 at First Methodist church. Immediately following the covered dish supper a IS-mlnute program that is very unique and interesting will be presented after which a devotional will be conducted. The choir and Sunday school departmental groups will hold their regular meetings at 7:45. to- . . AF,T/YR SOCIETY Altar Society of Holy Souls church will meet at the home of Mrs R E McKernan, Glf> ft. Somerville, at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Helen Fitzgerald is to be co-hostess. P-TA Board to Meet Tomorrow At Junior High Kxertltive t'nnrrl r,|' Junior iri!*.!i R:irpnt-TrarI/T fis-iwijilion will mrel. l<>morrow at 2:3(1 in (ho office of Principal R. A. Srlby. All officers nncl eoiiiiniltee members arc urged to bo present. This meeting will be a preliminary lo the general ye-nion Thursday at 3:30, lo which all members and parents of junior high .students are invited Calvary Baptist WMU Has Meeting Calvary Baptist Missionary snr- iety met at the church yesterday afternoon for a program from Royal Service mnftn?,ine. Mrs. Harvey Heard, president, Ird the interesting study. Twelve mrmbrrs and a visitor were present. The nest meeting will be •on next Monday at 2:30. at the home of Mrs. Harris Kello. Mrs. King will have charge of a mission study program. Members are urged to IK present, and visitors will be welcomed. Washington Day Dance Announced A Washington eve dance is afl- nmuircrf at Hotel survant. Miami, for Thursday niplil. Eddie Hess ruid liis 10-piccc orchestra will fur* ni.-.h nitiH'r- for the occasion. invitations have been sent to &• number of Tampans, and dancers are expected from nnd neighboring cities. New 1935 Pattettw in WALLPAPE .. Now jni Hand See 509 South Ball J. W. ROCHELLE -»•—.......... Painter and Paper Hanger s EE THE tate, chairmen of international re- ations, Lo voice their disapproval if this expenditure for arms and he proposed reduction in tb,e al- otment for the department of state. The Federation is organized in very static. "Tho department of slate is ac- ually our department of peace," he says, "since it is the agency vhich deals with situations which vould menace world peace if al- owert to become dangerous. "The munitions investigation re- ealed the way in which manufac- urcrs of armaments bring influ- nce to bear on governments and ublic opinion. 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